Share your warmth this winter

donate preloved goods

Donate pre-loved clothing in support of people experiencing homelessness this winter.


Share your warmth this winter.
Make a monetary donation.

contribute toward warm blankets

Consider making a contribution toward a warm blanket.


Share your warmth

Share your warmth with the multiple faces seen here, of formerly homeless people. For every big bag of pre-loved warm clothing you donate at any one of our Charity Shops, receive a free warm coffee!

How it works:

1. Donate a big bag of clothing here.

2. Receive a Coffee voucher upon receival of goods and get your voucher stamped as proof.

3. Head over to our coffee redemption spots with your stamped voucher.

  • Total Donation 5% 5%

Collection – Tonnes                                                                                   


stories of change

Alistar’s story

“I was lost in addiction for over 16 years. To be clean and sober and to be working again, it’s a good feeling. It gives me purpose, it gives me drive. I have a responsibility to myself, my family and my daughter as well.”

Elecia’s story

“I was living on the streets for two years with my eldest daughter before she was taken and put into foster care. I would wrap my daughter up in the blankets and crouch her in my arms in a chair position and then cover myself.”

Kurwin’s story

“I was an addict for over 10 years. I came to the realization that enough is enough. That’s the way I came off the streets. Now, I’m currently employed.”

Abby’s story

“I came out of 16 years of addiction. I am now employed as a Uturn Staff member. I feel free as a person now. I am welcomed back in my family circle.”

Alfonso’s story

“I was on the streets for over 7 years. It was a tough journey especially in winter times as we collected cardboard and scrap for survival. Now I cook food for the homeless, It reminds me of where I came from and where I am now.”

Hilton’s story

“When I joined the U-turn programme, I was rough around the edges with a prison mentality like “you don’t tell me”. Now, I’ve learned a lot about business, I’m sober and employed.”

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